fj I Ui?S^L0N 0MICR0N—FORWARD: Judith Renker. SECOND ROW: Blanche Gore (Advisor), Ellen Cline, Fay Anthis (Advisor). THIRD ROW: Verna
mfCttj on"6 Harper, Margaret Murray, Barbara Gibson, Jody Lovell, Carol Anderson, Judy Bell, Dorothy Richards, Betty Keels, Neva Steelhammer.
FOURTH ROW: Jeanette Lindley, Bonnie Berube, Shirley Mills, Franziska Justl, Sandy Bateman, LaZelle Hudkins, Ann Papavasselliou, Peggy O'Connor,
Betty Hensley, Alice Hahn, Betty Mortenson, Carol Moore.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Six hundred pounds was the amount of fudge sold this year by the
Alpha Tau Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron, national honorary fraternity for home economics majors. The proceeds were used to send
representatives to the fraternity's district meeting in May and to
the national conclave.
Scholarship is successfully upheld by members of Phi Upsilon
Omicron. The required grade average is 3.0 or above.
Annually, the home economics scholarship group awards a scholarship covering tuition, fees, and books to a UH home economics major.
Le Quartier Latin
Le Quartier Latin, the University of Houston organization for
students of French, promotes interest in the study of the French
Language and French civilization.
Academic achievement is promoted through a scholarship sponsored by Le Quartier Latin for summer study in France. Other activities give the students a chance to study the language and civilization beyond the scope of the classroom.
Friendship among members was encouraged this year by an annual
Spaghetti Supper. Service is achieved through the selling of UNICEF
Christmas Cards on the UH campus.
LE QUARTIER LATIN FORWARD: Patricia Johnson, Henry Human. SECOND ROW: Annette Simons, Gene Loveless, Betty Hurst, Janie Hilgen, Ann
Liebig, Eileen Baird, Karen Basham, Dan Butler. THIRD ROW: Jane Malin (Sponsor), Janice Wallace, Pat Auchter, Pat Percle, Marie Burel, Katha Bollfrass,
Texas Anderson, Linda Fetters. BACK ROW: Arlette Keene, Rosemary Jones, Bill Erwin, Mary Michaels, Barbara Boldt, Janet Ramsey.